Ellis Pond, Andover, ME. About a 1/2 hour trip back to the parking area.
Mooselookmeguntic Lake. Tried three different routes to get up to Rangeley, ME. Put 250 miles in 3 days of riding. Got within 20 miles. It's tough up there because trails go through private property, and logging companies' lands and roads. 2 of the main trails we needed to get to Rangeley ended up being closed. Not bad for my first attempts at getting up there.
Lower Richardson Lake. We are in a drought in most of New England. Droughts look different than droughts out west.
82 year old contestant at the Oxford Country Fair. In the modified class your chainsaw must look like an off the shelf saw. They then modify the engines to run on nitrous oxide. The Unlimited class alllows pretty much any modification as long as it is a saw with a bar and chain. After warming up the saw the contestants turn it off and place it on the ground. They have to put their hands on the "log", wait for the countdown, start the saw, cut once down, once up, and once down again, within a six inch end of the wood. The fastest contestants in the unlimited class were able to hit times around 3.2 seconds. Was cool to watch.